Business - 12/October/2021

Cities warmed by heated PPA market

Demand for clean energy is continuing to increase due to a mixture of regulation and lower costs of renewables. Power purchase agreements (PPAs), which have to date mostly attracted corporations, could soon entice city authorities into unlocking further growth in clean energy capacity

Stricter and more ambitious climate goals are pushing city authorities to probe new ways of securing a green power supply

PUBLIC OFFICE Public bodies own significant shares of building stock including energy-intensive institutions such as hospitals and schools

PPA SIMPLICITY Work is underway to make the complex world of PPAs more accessible to public bodies and smaller private companies

KEY QUOTE As cities become aware of PPAs and see that they are able to do it, then you will start to see more of it ...

 

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